Premier League giants Manchester United have called off the much publicised transfer for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala according to the newest media reports coming out of the British media.
Juventus were keen to offer Paulo Dybala in a swap deal for Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku and the transfer was thought to be close to completion until the new development.
According to Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol, Manchester United won’t sign Dybala due to doubts over his interest to join Manchester United.
In addition, his weekly salary demands and the agent fees required were too much for the Red Devils.
The collapse of the Paulo Dybala deal means that the Romelu Lukaku transfer to Juventus is off.
Inter Milan are now firmly back in the race for Lukaku having set the pace before fierce rivals Juventus came into the picture.
The Nerazzuri have had several bids turned down for the Belgian international star.
Their latest bid of £54m was turned down by Manchester United who are holding out for the £75m spent on his transfer from Everton two years ago.
Romelu Lukaku has spent two years with the Red Devils and has produced 42 goals during his time at Old Trafford.